From the A.P.
HAMILTON -- A Hopewell woman whose son was killed while serving in Iraq was arrested today after she interrupted a campaign speech by first lady Laura Bush.
Sue Niederer had refused to leave the rally and demanded to know why her son was killed in Iraq. She was eventually escorted from the rally site, a local firehouse, by police.
Niederer wore a T-shirt that bore the words "President Bush You Killed My Son" and a picture of her son, Army 1st Lt. Seth Dvorin.
Dvorin, who lived many years in East Brunswick, was killed in February while trying to disarm a bomb in Iraq.
The 24-year-old had just returned to Iraq after spending two weeks with his family.
The first lady continued speaking at the firehouse after the arrest, touting her husband's record on the economy, health care and the war on terror.
Take a lesson from Putin
From the BBC
Looks like this administration has learned some KBG tricks from W's good buddy "Put Put" when it comes to impertinent mothers upset over the pointless deaths of their sons.
Remember this from the aftermath of the Kursk submarine sinking? Seem familiar somehow?
The Russian authorities have been filmed apparently using a sedative to silence a particularly vocal critic among angry relatives of the Kursk sailors.
The incident happened during a heated meeting between the relatives and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Ilya Klebanov at the Kursk's base in Vidyayevo, near Murmansk, on Wednesday.
Video footage shows a woman apparently trying to calm a grieving woman who is being restrained by uniformed naval personnel as she demands to know the truth."Why did he die? He served for 25 years! I'll never forgive you!" the grieving relative shouted.
The woman who appeared to be giving first aid is then seen holding a syringe, which she appears to plunge into the grieving woman behind her back.
[Stupid mother, thake that!]